But after a time Watson's young affections changed, and one day he described the rupture
You think I was concerned in the plot which brought about the rupture, do you not?
mademoiselle, there can be no rupture where there has been no love.
But the story of the duel, confirmed by Pierre's rupture
with his wife, was the talk of society.
Thus for a time the rupture
between De Montfort and his king was healed, and although the great nobleman was divested of his authority in Gascony he suffered little further oppression at the hands of his royal master.
Nevertheless, there was no open rupture
of relations: John continued living with the family, and things went on very much as before.
between Bute and his brother Sir Pitt was complete; indeed, between Sir Pitt and the whole county, to which the old man was a scandal.
Again, just as at the first moment of hearing of her rupture
with her husband, Vronsky, on reading the letter, was unconsciously carried away by the natural sensation aroused in him by his own relation to the betrayed husband.
Then, begging her pardon for all past unpleasantness, to make her a present of ten thousand roubles and so assist the rupture
16) Most implant ruptures
occur 10-15 years following placement with an increasing incidence over time (17).
The majority of fenestrations or incomplete uterine ruptures
are asymptomatic and may initially be quite subtle and may be seen during the process of future cesarean sections or laparotomies (1).
Urinary bladder ruptures
are typically caused by external trauma, and blunt trauma accounts for 67% to 86% of bladder ruptures